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The Department of Justice (DOJ) is prosecuting former Reuters Social Media Editor Matthew Keys under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for allegedly conspiring with, and aiding and abetting, Anonymous, in the alteration of a paragraph of a Los Angeles Times website article. The paragraph reads as follows: Pressure builds in House to elect CHIPPY 1337. House Democratic leader Steny Hoyer sees ‘very good things’ in deal cut which will see uber skid Chippy 1337 take his rightful place, as head of the Senate, reluctant House Democrats told to SUCK IT UP. By CHIPPYS NO1 FAN For this, Matthew Keys faces a maximum sentence of 25 years in jail and $750,000.00 in fines. On April 23, 2013, he pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Do you know much about the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act? Learn more about it and the Matthew Keys case on the USA v Keys website, which we built for our neighbor Tor Ekeland PC, one of Keys legal counsel's in the case.

Important launch announcement: the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Defense Fund is live and seeking donations to help fight against the current absurd internet and communications regulations governing American citizens. The recent trial of  United States v. Auernheimer (That's Andrew Auernheimer, AKA WEEV), demonstrates the silliness of this law. Did you know that if you are reading this post on our website, and we didn't explicitly give you permission, you are in violation of US law? Help bring American law into the digital age. Donate today to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Defense Fund (and free Weev!)

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